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the texas senate race in which the tea party has been strong again. what impact do you think it's having in virginia this time around? >> i was the beneficiary in 2009 before there was an official tea party. i was with chris christie in new jersey. with that enthusiasm in '09, president obama won by 7 there and i won by 18 the next year. we saw the rise of the tea party maybe without a name but they were engaged. they wanted to help restore federalism. it was a push back against the dramatic overreach of the obama administration. when they should have been focused on jobs and the economy and energy and leadership, they focused on reforming healthcare and bureaucratic takeovers and for government recommendation. just the opposite what mitt romney will do for the country starting in january of next year. i see them engaged in a dramatic way. you see in the policy recently about a 23% swing in intensity. and dana, i feel it on the ground in virginia. the workers, we've made a million calls in the last three months. a number of offices open. people want to work. because they still believe in
about power. the angels' kendry morales got it from both sides of the plate. in the sixth at texas, he hammered a two-run left-handed blast to right field. in the same inning batting righty, he launched one to deep center for a grand slam. how do you do that? morales is only the third hitter to homer from both sides in the same inning. >>> to minneapolis, in the fifth, the twins made a leaping catch at the wall to rob alex rios of a home run. and jim carroll, the sac fly to left and alexei castas beat the throw at the plate. final there twins 7-6. >>> in cincinnati, the reds started off hot against the padres, jumping in front 3- 0. in the fifth, a double to the wall drove in three runs. the padres rolled past cincinnati 11-5, snapping the reds' ten-game win streak. >>> this has got to hurt. in seattle, jesus montero nailed the second-base umpire right in the side. oh! he tried to get out of the way. took a while, but he finally got back on his feet. he's feeling just fine. mariners, by the way, beat the blue jays 4-1. >>> at the cubs game in chicago, a very shaky wedding proposal. see
off the floor. the house will be in order. for what purpose does the gentleman from texas seek recognition? >> mr. speaker, i move hat house -- that the house suspend the rules and pass h.r. 3796, thed a dam walsh re-altogether ization act of 2012 as amended. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 3796, a bill to re-authorize certain programs established by the adam walsh child protection and safety act of 2006. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from texas, mr. smith, and the gentleman from new york, mr. nadler, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas. mr. smith: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days within which to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous materials on h.r. 3796 as amended, currently under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: so be ordered. the house will be in order. will the members please take your conversations off the floor for the debate of these suspensions. the gentleman from texas
-fil-a controversy even holding a campaign event at a chick-fil-a yesterday. the lt. governor of texas is in a neck and neck battle with the tea party candidate, ted cruz. and we had ted cruz on the show year. today it is david's turn. first, the chick-fil-a campaign event. how did it go? >>guest: well, i thought it went awfully well. the bottom line is, i happen to believe that marriage is between one man and one woman. it's clear, eric, in the scriptures, which are most important thing to me. so it was with no hesitation when i first came in, and i'm a life-long businessman. i still run my business. when i came in on a part-time job as lt. governor, one one ofe first things i passed was defense of marriage. marriage is between one man and one woman. and the next session i came back and made an amendment to the texas constitution. i'm in, money, marble and caucus. >>eric: now, the race with ted cruz. you originally had beaten him in a race, in an election, but not by enough, wide enough margin that it did not require a run off so this is a run off. but it seems like mr. cruz is now taking the lead
beneficiarse estÁn virtualmente en todo el paÍs. la mayorÍa en california, texas florida, new york e ellos y nr illinois. quÉ pruebas muestran para el requisito. critica la decisiÓn de la casa blanca, como una amnistÍa, que generara un mar de fraudes. en una carta, dijo que los inmigrantes indocumentados, estarÍan tentados a comprar documentos, falsos para demostrar que llegaron a los estados unidos, antes de los 16. y muchos negociantes van a estar dispuestos a cumplir con la demanda. >>> ademÁs, que se presenten en persona para solicitar la acciÓn diferida, el congresista smith, insiste en que la documentaciÓn que presenten debe ser ex tensa. >>> hablamos de jÓvenes indocumentados que tengan 16017 aÑos. no tendrÁn acceso a documentos de impuestos o cuencas bancarias, hay que tener flexibilidad. >>> el 15 de agosto es la fecha que el gobierno tiene programado para comenzar a recibir la solicitud de los jÓvenes que por aÑos han soÑado con una acciÓn clque les permite vivir n temor. >>> en washington, telemundo >>> y para mÁs informaciÓn, sobre el programa de protecciÓn temporal
expect. i'm confident that they can be beaten. i want to go to logan in texas. logan. >> thanks for taking my call. >> boo yeah. >> my stock is beacon roofing. the stock hit a 52 week high. i decided to pull that. with earnings coming out next week i was wondering if now is the time to buy. >> you have to be careful because there was big storm damage last year and they will have difficult comparisons going in. i don't want you to trade it. i ended the call. i would rather see you take profits and get into it lower. if they do it how about jack in texas? >> what is going on jim? >> just painting a little bit. i might sell this for like $500 million. >> boomer center. i'm in texas. i wanted to throw that out there. i had a question about the company amrc renewable energy efficiency company out of massachusetts. i'm a brand new investor, just started in december of 2011. i made about 20% off of zinga investment and i got out early, reinvested in this amerco. i'm curious what you think about the stock, where the industry is heading if i would be safer in something with a dividend yi
primary in texas today. extreme takeover of the gop is real. and there's a serious cost to the american people. joining me now is victoria, fellow and university of texas and our nbc latino contributor. wayne slater, senior political reporter for the "dallas morning news." thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> now, wayne, are you surprised to hear this kind of criticism coming from within the gop? >> no, i'm not surprised. you look at what the tea party method, its approach, actual banner of the tea party as it begins to form in 2009. and manifested itself in 2010. no compromise, no retreat. and what's happening now is the chickens have come home to roost. and the republican party less and less is a place for moderate republicans. so what you see is a squeeze and divide within the republican party, we see it here in texas with the ted cruz race. we have seen it elsewhere where the idea of compromise is out the window and the whole thing is about my side, my way, my highway, or no way. >> well, let me ask you victoria. when you look at the fact that several republicans have come out an
? >> that is an 11 year-old from texas belting out the star spangled banner ahead of a major league soccer match in texas on saturday. critics are blasting it as the worst condition ever. she admits that it was not her best performance because she could not hear herself over the noise around her. and that would be difficult if you cannot hear yourself. but she is also 11. i have to give her major credit for getting up there and sing. >> she is booked on david letterman and conan o'brien. >> has she really? >> no. >> i'm going to predict that she will come out and redeem yourself. >> that is the hardest on ever to sing. >> liam: hope, look at me. >> liam: i screwed up. i made the mistake of a lifetime, and i'm asking you to forgive me. just don't let this tear us apar because i love you, and i want to be married to you. and i'm just...
of activity for us across the south tonight. moving away from us. the heat still over texas. to the west, kind of a diffuse frontal system with scattered storms. you see it from new york state. through western maryland, west virginia. this may make it over the mountains tonight. so if you can get a shower in the last few hours, late tonight, there may still be a risk of thunderstorm activity. and you see lightning overnight. but by thursday, that higher pressure begins to move in. things begin to dry out. but behind it, slight warming back into the low 90s, which will be above average. south winds, 5 to 10 knots. bay temp, once again around 82 degrees. tonight, scattered storms still possible. otherwise, patchy fog. well, it did rain, 70. tomorrow, back up to 89. sunday, above average, with again, a mixture of clouds and sun. some areas getting showers. and thunderstorm activity. some areas will stay dry for the next few days. >> okay. thank you, bob. >>> still to come tonight on wjz eyewitness news. after years of delay, an illinois police officer goes on trial for the murder. his fourth wife
to linger well into the fall. >> karen brown is investigating the impact starting in northern texas she discovered one happy crop that's thriving in the heat. >> reporter: here in the texas panhandle cliff bingham is turning dust into gold. >> does redding. >> reporter: the drought sucked the life out of most crops but the bingham family farm is a bright spot. how good is your crop this year? >> fantastic this year. we've got the quality and the quantity. >> reporter: bingham is growing grapes. they can tolerate droughts and in fact the heat makes them sweeter. they're so profitable, bingham uses most of his water for his vineyards leaving the cotton crop to survive on rain. so you can make ten times more off of these grapes than your cotton with the same amount of water. >> correct. >> reporter: in fact farmers doubt they'll make any profit on cotton this year. >> it is -- in a word finished. >> reporter: on jason coleman's farm the plants are small and the flowers on top a bad sign. >> they've waved the white flag of surrender, they're done and it's finished. >> reporter: analysts say
in february, the university of texas announced the results of a new study, new study shows no evidence of ground water contamination from hydraulic fracturing, awesome, sounds great. you learn as the world did last week that the lead scientist of the study also works for a fracking company in texas. he sits on the board of a texas fracking company and holds stock and gets a nice annual fee. meanwhile, folks who live near fracking in texas are waking up to brand new earthquakes in their neighborhoods. one county has experienced 11 small quakes since early june. they used to have no earthquakes ever in that texas county, ever. now they've got deep injection wells and they're getting enough earthquakes that the insurance companies are starting to market earthquake insurance to the homeowners there. maybe they could ask the scientist who sits on the fracking board if the fracking is causing the quakes. as we worry over the associated calamity when we dig and drill and blast and mine and fracthis stuff out of the ground so we can set it on fire for fuel, as we marvel over just how astonishi
, -- here the set up high pressure over the -- over the panhandle of texas routing warmer weather especially inland mild as you he to the coast, 60s this mid 70s to low 80s around the bay and low to upper 90s inland. we could see a few areas reach 100 wednesday and thursday in brentwood and antioch and maybe livermore most of our neighborhoods in the 90s, lower to middle 90s inland. mid 60s at the coast temperatures drop about four to ten degrees by the weekend. >>> good morning. chp on scene in oakland by the coliseum 880 southbound at 98th accident three left lanes you can see by the road sensors traffic is very slow approaching the coliseum from before 66th now. elsewhere that accident 205 in tracy, two left lanes remain blocked hope to have that big rig cleared out before mountain house and before 7:00 this morning i should say traffic flowing well past that seen into the dublin area off the -- that scene into the dublin area off that altamont pass. alternate would be highway 5 to 132 back to westbound 580. vallejo ferry experiencing delays, 6:30 and 7:35 ferry, bus shuttles. all other m
tonight. now the sox are playing catch up just coming off two out of three down in texas and a great start tonight. going away deep in the first inning all the way to the upper deck 83 run shot for a change in the for-nothing starts. the sox are hanging around but they are down at 6-5 in the fifth. darwin makes up a three run homer 4-2 c.. anthony rizzo and there it goes again, three more. the cubs got nine runs in the inning. read johnson was taken out of the game, it looks like they got on the trading board. olympic medal board looks like this it's been a huge night for misty franklin the 17 year-old want gold. meant graver wins gold in the 100 backstroke. he did show up in boston harbor. a 64 hologram shows him diving into the water there. this is an all that newsworthy but it sure looks cool. they should do that right off of lake forest. congratulations. we invite you to stay tuned in to my investigator special coming up in a moment.
johnson was put on the kennedy ticket to get texas which he won by only 40,000 votes. so now romney needs florida. if he loses florida in ohio he's done. >> i agree with that. all that makes sense on paper but it has been a very long time since we can point to an election in which the vice presidential mnominee has brought -- >> you don't think rubio could deliver florida. >> i think romney can win florida but not because of his vice presidential selection. >> we will cahear from karl rov on what states he thinks are critical to this election. >> time for you to brew on this. a lot of us have long daily commutes in order to get to work. those is spend an hour or more sacrifice this, sacrifice time with family but they refuse to sacrifice tv time. >> brown university even those with the longest commute of three hours ti three hours still managed to fit in the hour and a half of tv but only 14 minutes of exercise. so that leads us to your brew on this question of the day. if you could only choose watching tv or having family time or exercising, which one would you choose? send your comments
vote. they have a very strong case. in other states, their state voter i.d. laws such as texas and south carolina, those laws are being challenged by the justice department under the voting rights act. the voting right acts says you cannot pass laws that make it hard for minorities to vote. if you pass these laws, they have to get them approved in advance by the experts at the civil rights division. they said wait a minute there, is clear evidence that hundreds of thousands of latino and black voters, much more than the white community, would be affected. >> eliot: that's because they're covered by the voter rights act from prior history. >> under section 5 which applied originally to the states that were oppressing minority voting rights in the 1960s. the state of texas governor rick perry said, oh, the answer is the voting right act is inconstitutional. we don't need it any more. it's hold history. but they would have a better argument if they do in the keep passing laws that would make it heart to vote. >> eliot: rick perry was going to include the justice department--michae
-mails in from texas. he didn't like our comment about people not having internet. we talked about related to the olympics, they can watch it online. you sounded elitist to me. you need to travel outside of d.c. for awhile where there are poor democratic constituents. it is true. some people do not have internet access but that -- >> that number is shrinking at an alarming rate. people are getting internet. >> bill: every day. >> 2012. >> bill: and frank says liberalism is a mental disorder. and by the way, he says how are things in detroit? i don't know. ever since that progressive talk radio station in detroit dropped the "bill press show," i don't care. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> bill: hey, what do you say? hello, everybody. it is tuesday july 31. good to see you today. welcome to the "full court press." your new morning show on current tv. good to be with you as we bring you the news of the day. wherever it is happening here in our nation's capital around the country or around t
, north texas, little rock. yesterday they were 111. a lot of heat here. i'm telling new because some of that is going to break off and head toward us as we head toward the weekend. not going to be hundreds but well back in the 90s with this ridge here. all the heat, showers and storms, very powerful storms across parts of alabama, west florida, even coming out of michigan. so we've got the spotty showers on the future cast for the afternoon. lack at the storms in the mountains march toward the east this evening. 6:00 p.m. not everybody is going see the rain, and i know many folks need it. we're still seven and a half inches below normal since january 1st here in d.c. tonight things settle down, then tomorrow looks like the rain is going to be a little bit more weighed spread. so a better chance for showers and storms areawide tomorrow than today. then we're going to start to dry out and warm up. so about 81 today. yellow alert because some of us are going to be impacted by these storms where it may mess up an afternoon or evening plan to get outside. tonight we're dipping into the 70
of high pressure in south texas. just close enough that the hot air will come and sit inland . tomorrow and thursday. you want wet weather you have to head down to california. and we'll not get near that. you can see them off in the defense. low to mid-90s. 80s around l-- hercules. midcents in san mateo. and low to mid-60s in the coast and downtown san francisco. heading in the north bay. temperatures in the mid80 to 90 degrees and in and around monterey 65 . low 90s around morganil had. fresnoat 103 and sunny and 81 in tahoe. warmest days in the forecast and temperatures will aper as we head in the weekended go morning. >> good morning, mike. problem in westbound 205. one lane opened until 7:00. chp ask that you avoid the area if at all possible. tracey boulevard to coral hollow and westbound 580 and stockton to say on the highway and on to westbound 580. we'll look at our ways app traffic spotter. traffic is spotted in through the tracey area and on into and over the hill. once again coral hollow here and alternate routes look better for you if you are heading out of the central valle
, arkansas, yesterday. oklahoma city, 107. many areas from texas to arkansas, southern missouri and kansas, we'll do it all over again. some areas shot once again of hitting 110 degrees. and oklahoma city's forecast, look at this, lynn, 108 through thursday and we cool it off to 100 on saturday. >> that's like an arizona forecast. >> easily. hot arizona forecast. >> all right, bill. thanks so much. >>> stocks finish flat, hsbc takes another hit and the end of a rhode island institution. the first look at this morning's business headlines is straight ahead. >>> ichiro hits the century mark, and the angels pull the old switcher yo on the rangers. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. ♪ the one and only, cheerios [ female announcer ] the next generation of investing technology is now within your grasp with the e-trade 360 investing dashboard. e-trade 360 is the world's first investing homepage that shows you where all your investments are and what they're doing with free streaming quotes, news, analysis and even your trade ticket. everything exactly the way you want it, all on one page. tr
servants when you are helping us how to figure out how to better manage our parks, r-texas, to figure out how we deliver our water. we are setting in example truly to the rest of the world. i want to thank spur. i know that the best ideas in city government do not come from the politicians. they come from all of you. i want to thank spur for helping to convene not just the smartest people in san francisco, but the smartest people from around the world to help us figure out how to innovate. it is my honor to introduce the first award thee of this evenin. this is a very unique award. this is the lifetime achievement award. mfac has to select one individual out of 26,000 who best exemplifies what service is to our city. when i was first elected to office, i asked a lot of people, literally hundreds of people, who is the smartest person in government. with all due respect to the other smart people in this room, there was one name that came up over and over again. that was our awardee. whenever i have a question that was difficult to answer, i would ask my staff, who are we going to call? the
was born in tyler, texas, and raised in san francisco. he attended george washington high school. it was with the foundation of the san francisco public school education and he has become a world-class musician that is widely recognized for his skillful performance is -- performances on the saxophone. it is important to keep music in the public schools. mr. webre -- webb was recently inducted into the blues hall of fame based on his accomplishments with etta james, john lee hooker, queen ada, and a host of other groups. he has worked in the fillmore western comedy having served as a treasure on the fillmore merchant's association and d eejaying the show -- radio show. we are anxiously awaiting the release of his cd which will showcase his versatility in blues, smyth jazz, and r&b. i would like to thank both of these gentlemen for the great commitment to the fillmore especially their work in the business corridor and i offer the highest commendation to them for their accomplishments and services. [applause] if you could say a few words, that would be great. >> thank you. president
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, which comes in at number 10. and houston, texas, takes the top honor, as the coolest city in the country. forbes defiance coolest havingol plentyes of entertainment, green space, sports teams, and, oh, i can't, good jobs. those are -- oh, yeah, those arr very important. and we are a cooler city! >> certainly, and we hope we will continue that trend. we may need to get out, but ver cool list, i'm glad to hear what the definition of cool i agree with we want you to see as we look live, we are rain-free, there could be a spotty shower in the overnight hours. and there could be some fog, but let's get straight to the headlines so you can see what we're expecting heading into the workweek. tuesday's fog to be a lot likelo -- goingt to be a lot like todd only difference might be one or two more thunderstorms floatingu aroundnd in the afternoon. i so n we'll watch that. there could be a little fog overnight. so with those storms around, nothing is expected to be severe, but we will stay humid, so thiaminases any storms mayes have a the potential of droppinf good rain on your a
to get texas won by 40,000 votes. >> right. >> bill: romney needs florida. if he loses florida and ohio is he done. rubio down there. >> i agree with that all of that makes sense on paper. but it has been a very long time since we can point to an election in which the vice presidential nominee has brought the state in question. >> bill: you don't think rubio could deliver florida. >> no, i think rubio were r. will win florida. i don't think it matters thatch anymore. >> cheney, was that a smart thing for him to say on. >> here is what i think about that. i think cheney in the sense he is right but i think what happened is that sarah palin actually helped mccain a lot as was suggested in the previous panel. she gave him a terrifically she helped mccain give him a great convention. huge hit at the convention. her speech was a big hit. she did well in the debate against biden. she kind of held her own. now later in the campaign the press got on her. she got character assassin natalled and people ended up at the end of the campaign not thinking very well of her. there is no chance in my opi
conditions are threatening much of the midwest. >>> and some of the drought crisis is over in texas, but despite heavy rain, the northern panhandle is still parch. parched. the state system is drying up. karen brown reports for wjz. >> reporter: each in the middle of a corn field. the farmer is never without his blackberry. >> how has that changed your life? >> well, ultimately, what we will be able to do is consult everything with our telephones. >> reporter: in the blistering heat of the drought, he and his neighbors are going high-tech to conserve water. because the massive aquifer that irrigates their field has seen an historic drop in two years of drought. in some areas, as much as 14 feet. >> we're looking pretty good here. >> to help save the aquifer, leon teaches the new high-tech system. underground probes measures soil. >> it will spike up. >> reporter: so he only waters where it's needed. >> right now, we're watering crops like this corn, with half as much water as we're used to. >> reporter: sprinklers are now closer to the ground, so there's less evaporation. we used to
or pawlenty. and there's an important race run off for the senate in texas with the conservative ted cruise looks like he's going to win. >> first of all, on vp, i would like to see rubio but he's moving away from him for a couple of reasons. i would like to see condi rice have a shot at it. >> not going to happen. >> i know. she's pro-life and pro-choice and all that but she would be a very good addition to the tick. if you are going to go with the boring white man my belt is mcdonald is virginia because he has a great record. tomorrow in texas ted cruise is running against david dewhurst for the senate and if there was an example of a republican who was sort of a democrat, it's dewhurst and i think cruise is terrific. i just want to mention that on friday the arms trade treaty we talked about she would by the u. n., but it's not dead, i wrote a column on it. have people go to my website and check it out. >> dick morris, good to see you. thanks for being with us. when we come back, bob beckel versus pat buchanan in the studio as we examine the glaring double standard how the mainstream med
in texas, and got into their system and actually had the ability to totally disrupt the water supply in that area of texas. what he did instead -- the hacker did instead -- and nobody was -- he just had a computer and was smart. what he did instead was post proof that he had broken into the industrial control system in that small utility in texas just to show the vulnerability, in a sense he might have been bragging that he could do it, but it was also a warning to us. what if the next time that happens it's a larger utility or a group of smaller utilities around the country, maybe water, maybe electricity, maybe gas, and this time they're not just warning us or showing us our vulnerability but they're actually going to disrupt the flow of electricity or water to people who depend on it. that's -- that's the kind of crisis that we face and why it is so urgent that we deal with this. so let me come back to my dream. my goal here is that as we go on this week, we're able to submit a manager's amendment, but it's not just from the managers, senators collins, rockefeller, feinstein and i
of a percent. or 45 points. s&p down, 1380 and nasdaq, 2940. gold down. and west texas crude. and in the 87 price range. if you're not feeling the pain from the euro crisis, you probably aren't far removed from it. there's a euro. taking a look where the problems are happening from the deutche bank and its employees. >>> a weakening euro makes revenue shrink for a bank based in germany and that's as costs are rising. deutche bank's single biggest cost is compensation. with 39% of revenues going to compensation costs in 2011 says it will lay off 1900 employees. the euro still hurts those who stay outside the euro zone. for the vice presidents and above, it's a driver of their bonuses and creating another more ral drag for the german juggernaut. let's say in february, they gave you $100,000 euro bonus worth $132,000 at the time. a third paid up front and another third in deutche bank stock and another third in cash and the last two parts are paid over three years. deutche bank shares have lost 35% since february and accompanied by other financials. the euro has lost actually 9% meaning the do
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